Toyota Celica Years

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The Toyota Celica debuted in 1971, and went on to be one of Toyota's most popular small cars during its 35-year run that ended in 2005. As Toyota's entry sports coupe, the Celica started out with rear-wheel drive before switching to front-wheel drive in the 80s. The last generation of Celica came out between 2000 and 2005 and premiered a 140 horsepower four cylinder engine that proved plenty quick for a lightweight car. The Celica's strong reliability keeps it popular among used-car buyers.

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